Most ukuleles follow the same basic design guidelines. Wooden acoustic body, figure-eight shape, nylon strings, etc. The Vorson electric ukulele breaks all the rules, and…2 Comments
Category: Solid Body Electric Ukulele
The EleUke Peanut is definitely not a traditional ukulele. Its unique shape and sound make it stand out from the crowd. But EleUke has packed…Leave a Comment
The Godin MultiUke sets out to solve a common problem: getting a great natural-sounding tone when plugged in. It’s surprisingly hard to do, but Godin has found a way. They’ve done it with an unusual design that combines the best of solid body and acoustic-electric ukuleles. It sacrifices a bit volume and tone acoustically, but really shines when you plug the Godin MultiUke in. Here’s our full review!3 Comments
If you want to plug in and rock out, you need an electric ukulele. There are a lot of great electric ukuleles on the market today, and one of the biggest decisions is whether to go with an acoustic-electric or solid body electric ukulele. There are benefits and drawbacks to each one, and what works for one person won’t necessarily work for another one.
This article will walk you through the most important questions you need to ask yourself before deciding which option is best for you.4 Comments